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I7IOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.—SoonVi ' tWvi.aioN op Pdrb Cod Lives Oil, WITH HYPOPiIOSPHITKS DP LlM® AND SODA, is a most wonderful food f<w tire Consumptive, It not only gives strength and inoroaths the flesh, but heals the irritation of the thtW.t and lungs. It i« very fwlata l blo{ children take it 'lke milk, and in ail WMtlPfl diseases both for adults and ofciUven it hr* marvellcua food and medicine, Largo and small bottles sold by all c lemtets; 4a and 2a 6d*l DENTISTRY.— Read our Advertisement on Fourth Pago. S. Myera and too., Oo- ♦ *gon (corner of George streets PRICE,i REb’CCED. FoUerring abolition of duty on raw | material. i tO per cent, better value that any imported | Cdoofi yj U® 5 0 N’S COCOA. L'p'Philaon says: “It is the puroit that has ever come under my observation.” HUDSON’S KOLA CHOCOLATE. Sir J, B, Thurston says: “ Chocolate made with Kola ia ten times mote nutritious and sustaining than if mada with Cocoa. . . A great convenience for traveller!-.” IPCCLISASI 5 P.M.I FUNERAL NOTICE. THE Fiiemlsof the late Thomas Pocknallarc respectfully invited to attend his Funeral, which will leave his late residence, St, David (■trect, near Castle street, on MONDAY, the sth instant, at 1.-15 p.m, for the Southern Cemetery. A. 5. WYNN. Undertaker, St. Andrew street. FUNERAL NOTICE. rjIHE Funeral of the lot* Mr George Cameron will leare his lato residence, at Balclutha, on MONDAY, August 5, at 11 a m., for the Fairfax Cemetery, Milton.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Issue 7976, 3 August 1889

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Issue 7976, 3 August 1889

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